I'arah

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I'arah

In Islamic law, the lending of a non-fungible item. For example, a person may lend use of a horse to his neighbor. I'arah may last for an indefinite period of time. See also: Ariyah.
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When a situation arises which tempts us to doubt God's existence, such as the occurrence of a premature death or an accident, we often hear such consolatory remarks as ewe kan ko ni bo I'ara igi ki Olorun ma mo si (a leaf will not fall off its mother-tree without God's knowledge of it).